Lecture 1 - Introduction to Gas Dynamics & Review of Basic Thermodynamics

Lecture 2 - Review of Basic Thermodynamics Continued

Lecture 3 - An introduction to Normal Shocks

Lecture 4 - The Mach Number and Compressible Flow

Lecture 5 - The relation of physical properties across a normal shock

Lecture 6 - Normal Shock in a duct: Throat and Reservoir conditions

Lecture 7 - Example Problems in Normal Shocks

Lecture 8 - An introduction to Oblique Shocks

Lecture 9 - The relation of physical properties across an oblique shock

Lecture 10 - Example Problems in Oblique Shocks

Lecture 11 - Pressure - Deflection relationship of Shocks

Lecture 12 - An introduction to Expansion waves

Lecture 13 - Area - Mach Relationship

Lecture 14 - Unsteady Shock Waves: The Shock Tube

Lecture 15 - The Shock Tube: Propagating Normal Shock and its reflection from end wall

Lecture 16 - A review of wave propagation

Lecture 17 - Wave propagation: Small Perturbation Theory

Lecture 18 - Finite Wave Theory: An introduction to the Method of Characteristics

Lecture 19 - The Shock Tube: Propagating Expansion Fan

Lecture 20 - The Method of Characteristics

Lecture 21 - Application of The Method of Characteristics: Design of a minimum length nozzle

Lecture 22 - Application of The Method of Characteristics: Flow through a diverging channel

Lecture 23 - Flow over a Wavy wall: Formulation using Perturbation Theory

Lecture 24 - Subsonic Flow over a Wavy wall

Lecture 25 - Supersonic Flow over a Wavy wall

Lecture 26 - Supersonic Flow past a 3D Cone: Axisymmetric/Quasi 2D Flow

Lecture 27 - Quasi 2D Flow - I

Lecture 28 - Quasi 2D Flow - II

Lecture 29 - Similarity Rules and Transformed Coordinate System

Lecture 30 - Critical Mach Number and Thin Airfoil Theory

Lecture 31 - Example Problem using Thin Airfoil Theory

Lecture 32 - Example Problems - 1

Lecture 33 - Example Problems - 2

Lecture 34 - Example Problems - 3

Lecture 35 - Supersonic Flow past a 3D Cone at an angle of attack

Lecture 36 - Supersonic Flow past a 3D Cone at an angle of attack: Flow Visualization - I

Lecture 37 - Supersonic Flow past a 3D Cone at an angle of attack: Flow Visualization - II

Lecture 38 - Supersonic Flow past a 3D Cone at an angle of attack: Governing Equations

Lecture 39 - Supersonic Flow past a 3D Cone at an angle of attack: Numerical Procedure

Lecture 40 - Supersonic Flow past a 3D Bluff Body at an angle of attack